skip directly to Main Content Navigation Search A-Z Index Find People Top Story Breadcrumbs Footer
News

Awards News

A team of CSM architecture students was awarded the “Biologic Award” for “Best of Show” at the prestigious Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Design Village 2014 competition.

The Bulldog football program keeps racking up the transfers, bringing their year’s total to 26 with an expected 32 eventually signing athletic scholarships by June’s end.

CSM Electronic Music student Luis Leonorellana was part of the creative team that created “O’KANE 1.0” which won Best Film in the 2012 San Jose 48HFP Film Festival. Luis is responsible for all of the recording, original music and sound effects.

On September 14, College of San Mateo will honor nine decades of its athletic legacy when it inducts 16 new members into the Athletics Hall of Fame. The distinguished list of 2012 inductees represents a wide range of success and eras over the past ninety years.

College of San Mateo students Gabriel Denham, Niko Larot and Sterling He were each awarded prestigious scholarships of around $1000 by Alpha Gamma Sigma (AGS), the academic honor society and service organization of the California Community Colleges.

The College of San Mateo is inducting its first class into the school’s athletic hall of fame, led by Oakland Raiders legend John Madden.

John Madden mentions College of San Mateo and community colleges in a KCBS soundbite (mp3).

It’s been more than 25 years since she played third base for the Bulldogs. She’s now married with two children, living on the Coastside and working at Pescadero High School. But she’s not been forgotten. Freeman is part of a class of 16 who will be inducted Friday into the inaugural College of San Mateo sports Hall of Fame, including five posthumously.

On September 23, at 4pm, College of San Mateo will honor nine decades of its athletic legacy when it dedicates the Athletic Hall of Fame Plaza during a ribbon cutting ceremony. Sixteen former athletes and coaches will be inducted in the inaugural class of inductees and their names will be enshrined on granite and bronze pillars permanently on display in the Plaza.

Tim Maxwell, associate professor of English at College of San Mateo, has been awarded a Human Rights Education Fellowship for 2011-12 by the Division of International Comparative and Area Studies (ICA) at Stanford University and the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education (SPICE).